By: Bussakorn Mpelasoka, Stampin’ Up! ® Independent Demonstrator
Hi everyone, I love ‘Betsy’s Blossom’ stamp set. To me, Betsy Bird looks peaceful and has mind-soothing impact. I like seeing her around so I have used her to decorate a few items.
‘Betsy Bird’ Notebook Cover, Notepad Cover and Card
I used Betsy Bird to decorate my notebook (centre), notepad cover (right) and a card (left). I decided to use different colour themes for the three items just for exploration.
Brighten Up Tea Towel with Betsy-look-alike
I drew a bigger bird, with an attempt for her to resemble the lovely Betsy, and used her as applique’ template for my tea towel. Below is the product – what do you think? I am not sure how much she looks like Betsy, but I know for sure that she has made my kitchen looks prettier.
If you want to make and give away as a gift, why not use the real Betsy to wrap around the tea towel you’ve made so your gift looks even more special!
Here are the supplies I used
Stamps: Betsy’s Blossom
Ink: Wild Wasabi, Marina Mist, Rose Red, Pretty in Pink, So Saffron, Perfect Plum
Card stock: Whisper White, Rose Red, Certainly Celery, Marina Mist
Designer series paper: ‘Subtle’ Designer Paper Series Stacks; Twitterpated
Designer fabric: Spice Cake
Tools: Label Collection Framelit, Large Scallop Edgelit, Adorning Accent Edgelit, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder and Square Lattice Embossing Folder (all use with Big Shot)
Embellishment: Pearl Basic Jewels, 6.4 mm Satiny feel ribbon in Island Indigo (from Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack – a freeby from the sale-a-bration)
Sticky stuff: Sticky Strip or Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Snail, Dimensional
Non SU supplies: Exercise Book, Notepad, Tea Towel
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If you have any questions or need help, please don’t hesitate to email me and I will be more than happy to help.